Cantonese Cuisine — The Most Popular Chinese Food Abroad

Cantonese or Yue cuisine is the most widely served style of Chinese cuisine in the world. Because it is delicious and also most of the Chinese who immigrated and set

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Oven Roasted Green Beans with Garlic Soy Glaze

A few years back, I shared a dry fried green bean recipe which is a signature Szechuan dish that is quite unknown outside of China.  I received many emails from

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Chinese Cuisine-Tips To Cook 4-Ingredient Fried Cabbage

Now I cook both lunch and dinner, almost 7 days a week (except pizza night). That translates to 10 to 12 meals per week so I need quick and easy

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The Way To Cook Your Whole Fish in Salt

Everybody needs at least one party trick recipe — something you can make for a date or a dinner party that’s sophisticated and a little bit fancy and that will

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Recipe : Quick and Easy Chicken Noodle Soup

“When you don’t have time to make your soup totally from scratch, this is a very easy, very good substitute,ia also a famous Chinese food .”   Make it: 1.

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Simple seafood chowder

Ingredients 1 tbsp vegetable oil 1 large onion, chopped 100g streaky bacon, chopped 1 tbsp plain flour 600ml fish stock, made from 1 fish stock cube 225g new potatoes, halved

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Sichuan Famous Wontons

Today I’m excited to share with you a special video collaboration I recently did with Sydney from The Crepes of Wrath. Sydney and I met a few months ago at

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How to make Taiwanese style 3 Cup Chicken

       Most people love to eat chicken,especially 3 cup chicken.It not only sounds very yummy,but its cooking  way is simple and easy.Hence,you can do it by yourselves from

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How to Make a Chinese Tea Eggs

Chinese marbled tea eggs, stewed in a black tea/soy sauce/spice blend, are a ubiquitous and cheap snack sold all around China in snack stands and convenience stores. The aromas of tea, cinnamon, star anise, and soy sauce are intoxicating, just perfect for fall.The eggs are also easy to make at home. Getting the marbling effect is as simple as cracking the eggs once they’re cooked. You can use any black tea; just avoid green tea since it’s too astringent to use for simmering.) The eggs can be simmered for 1 to 2 hours; longer simmering means a more intense flavor and color. Once the eggs are cooked, you can eat them hot or cold as a snack. I’ve made lazy meals out of just 2 eggs over  noodles, or chopped up eggs over fried rice. Or serve them as appetizers at a party, cut in half with caviar on top.

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A bite of China- Pepper Steak

A delicious meal, served with boiled white rice, that’s easy and made from items. Directions : 1.Slice the steak into 1/2-inch thick slices across the grain.         2.Whisk together soy

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